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Hey guys, I had put together this parts list for my personal use but figured it might help some of you guys as well. Its mostly for the later model 3VZE toyhomes, though many of the suspension/rear axle stuff will apply to anyone with a 6-lug rear.

Most stuff is from O'Reilleys, Amazon, a few parts direct from Toyota

My truck is a 1992 3VZE V6 - the front brakes should be the same for all 3VZE trucks, the rear brakes should be the same for all 6-lug 1-ton axles no matter the year or engine.
 
3VZE Front Axle Parts
Rotors: BBR 96182RGS - https://amzn.to/2E0utdA
Front Pads: WAG MX303 - https://amzn.to/2BAaUXm
Front Wheel Bearing - Outer - Timken SET3 Bearing Set - https://amzn.to/2KBsOM1
Front Wheel Bearing - Inner - Timken SET5 Bearing Set - https://amzn.to/2ScTh5f
Front Wheel Bearing Seal - Toyota Part Number 90311-50005 / BECK/ARNLEY 0522375 - https://amzn.to/2KEx25S
6-Lug Acorn Wheel Nut - Dorman 611-118 - https://amzn.to/2S9fWPO
Wheel Nut Toyota Part No. - 90942-01055
Front Wheel Stud - Dorman 610-338 - https://amzn.to/2DYYavU
 
1-Ton Rear Axle Parts DRW
BrakeBest Drum Brake Hardware Kit - Part # 17215 - https://amzn.to/2BA9Rq8
BrakeBest Select Brake Drum - Part # 9353DGS - https://amzn.to/2r8i0fG
BrakeBest Select Brake Shoes - Part # 523 - https://amzn.to/2Bzq5QE
Bearing seal - National Oil Seal 226285 - https://amzn.to/2DYL4P1
Inner Axle Lip Seal - National Oil Seal 710076 - https://amzn.to/2r2qlS6
Rear Wheel Cylinder - Dorman W37654 - https://amzn.to/2S9QUAa
Axle Shaft Hub Seal/Paper Gasket - Toyota Part No.: 43422-60040
Rear Wheel Studs - Dorman 610-339 - https://amzn.to/2TKuG9w
Rear wheel stud nut - Toyota Part No.: 94115-71400
Rear Wheel stud washer - Toyota Part No.: 90201-14006
6-Lug Acorn Wheel Nut - Dorman 611-118 - https://amzn.to/2S9fWPO
Wheel Nut Toyota Part No. - 90942-01055
1986 Left Hand Studs - Toyota Part No: 90942-02057
1986 Left Hand Nut -Toyota Part No: 90942-01009
 
 
Rear Leaf Spring Parts -
Lower Spring Eye Bushing
Toyota Part No.: 90385-18046 - https://amzn.to/2zoUTSw
Upper Spring Eye Bushing
Toyota Part No.: 90385-18012
Rear Shocks - Bilstein 24-002585 - https://amzn.to/2P666MW
Front Shocks - Bilstein 24-184830 - https://amzn.to/2KAGS8F
Airbags - AIR LIFT 57113 - https://amzn.to/2FGE2Qz
 
Helpful Tools
Brake Spring Compressor Tool - https://amzn.to/2Sc1uXt
 
Maintenance/Repair Items
Timing Belt/Water Pump Kit - Aisin TKT-016 - https://amzn.to/2t0t0fW
3VZE Fuel Pump - Denso 951-0001- https://amzn.to/2UCfzib
Fuel filter - FRAM G6680 - https://amzn.to/2TqZ2gB
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The one thing I would like to add is the part # for the 1986 rear axle lug nut.  I found a Toyota # but it is discontinued and does not cross reference with anything.   

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I assume you have the best interests at heart of 1986 owners who are replacing snapped LH thread studs and can't use conical seat nuts? These might do the trick (Dorman 611-202.1):-

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https://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/dorman-autograde-wheel-nut-m14-150-flanged-flat-face-22mm-hex-34mm-length-quantity-1-611-2021/21260517-P

Or (Dorman 611-246.1):-

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https://www.amazon.com/Dorman-611-246-WHEEL-NUT-M14-1-5/dp/B0076H3CSM

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added 3vze fuel pump and fuel filter, ill do some hunting on those left hand nuts, but why not just change all the studs/nuts to RH out so you dont have to deal with that oddball issue?
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Found some part numbers on the axle thread, not sure if they still exist or not but they do show as available when I search for them on toyotapartsdeal.com

Left Hand Studs:

Toyota Part No: 90942-02057

Left Hand Nut

Toyota Part No: 90942-01009

 

 

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20 hours ago, defrag4 said:

added 3vze fuel pump and fuel filter, ill do some hunting on those left hand nuts, but why not just change all the studs/nuts to RH out so you dont have to deal with that oddball issue?
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Switching to RH studs is a piece of cake.   I tried finding flat Toyota 1986 lugnuts for someone and no luck at all.   Of course I am not the best searcher on the internet.   The person I was looking for went back to the junkyard where he bought the rims and found the lugnuts laying where he had left them!

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19 hours ago, Derek up North said:

I seem to remember a number of years ago that someone had Toyota search their inventory nationwide and they only managed to track down half a dozen LH studs.

I remember that also, can not be that long ago??   Or was it lugnuts?????  

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5 hours ago, defrag4 said:

Replacement Tire Valve Stem

Valve stems can be carefully bent to be at an optimum angle for a dual head fill head or tire pressure gauge.  Mine were brass which I think is a very common material for these parts. I used an aluminum tube about 10" long with thick side walls and an inner diameter just a bit bigger than the valve stem.  Fitting the aluminum tube over the stem I was able to bend them very carefully to get the perfect access.  Most off the shelf stems will not have an angle that is easy to work with and will require bending in some way.

I recently stripped and repainted all of my steel rims (hint: use duplicolor and not rustoleum paint) and I ended up keeping my old stems rather than replacing as they didn't leak and I was happy with the access to the head after I carefully bent them this way.  Before bending it was a real pain to check pressure and put air in.

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My original stems had had valve extensions on them for who knows how many years/miles, which I am going to assume stressed them far beyond what they were designed for.

I wish I had known about the TR 544 before I spent big bucks on the OE Toyota stems!

The stems can also be bent using 2 small box wrenches. 

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adding part number for upper control arms, rather than dicking with the replacing the bushings I have found just ripping the whole arm out and replacing with these dorman arms with pre-pressed bushings is much faster and easier, they have held up well over many tens of thousands of miles of beating the crap out of them, so can recommend!

Dorman 522-651 Front Upper Suspension Control Arm


https://amzn.to/2Ec5rHH

 

 

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I had the neighborhood wrench do the control arm bushings, even with a press the new ones did not go in easily!  Actually he was so cheap I had him do the whole front end and just stood there and handed him tools. 

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What about rear brake adjusters?  The part with the teeth that you move with a screwdriver through that little slot.  I see only this part at Rock Auto:

BECK/ARNLEY 0850078 (right) and BECK/ARNLEY 0850085 (left) 

https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/toyota,1987,pickup,2.4l+l4,1277502,brake+&+wheel+hub,drum+brake+adjusting+screw,10285

I had a problem with the self-adjusting system on one side and I'd like to replace all of the parts associated with this issue.  

Also,  is there a particular brand of rear brake shoe that is recommended over others?

 

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The Beck/Arnley ones clearly show they are for the W chassis. Those are the correct adjusters. If you want tp pay 3 times the price I can get you the Toyota part number. Toyota still makes all the parts for your brakes. Beck/Arnley also has the correct shoe listed on Rock Auto. I always buy that brand if I can. I never buy Centrix. Brake shoes for my Nissan dually were not made right and they wouldn't take them back. Right length and width but wrong arc. I worked for days before I could figure out why the drums wouldn't fit back on. 

Linda S

 

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Now that I've got my brakes apart I see that the reason one side was not 'self-adjusting' is due in part to a bad parking brake cable on the right side.  Does anyone know of a source for the proper length cables with the housing that attaches at the brake plate?

I see several parts for "1-ton" but for single rear wheel and are not long enough.  Description for these: "Rear Left; RWD; 1 Ton; Heavy Duty Brakes; w/Single Rear Wheel [SRW]"    These seem to have the correct housing but the wrong total cable length.  The total cable length should be in the range of 93 to  96 inches, not the 77 or 79 inches listed for these "single rear 1-ton" part numbers. Different length wheelbase?  The right (passenger) side housing is longer than the left at ~47 inches compared to ~44 inches for left side housing.   Some vendors indicate the same length of housing for both sides, which probably means the right side wouldn't fit.  Left and right are different part numbers. 

 RAYBESTOS BC93547 is an example of a right side part that seems to be right except for being too short overall.  Corresponding left side RAYBESTOS BC93546 also seems correct except for the total length.  

I could get the shorter cable with (presumably) the correct housing and adapt the old cable to the new to get the correct length I suppose.

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I've ordered one locally that will require a cable length modification.  I'll let y'all know if the housing fits correctly and if it works. It's only a $30 investment and will at least let me put the axle back together.  meanwhile I'll continue to look for the correct part so if anyone knows feel free to let me know.

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Aftermarket parking brake cable arrived.  Decent quality and fit. I did have to do some filing to get bolt holes to align with the brake plate, otherwise functional quality/fit.  Length is short as expected, but I plan to get some decent fasteners and join cables together to make the right length.  It seems sailing folks are doing this kind of repair to 1/8"wire rope with good success so I'll figure out what they use.   It appears that there is one, maybe two, different manufacturers of this particular aftermarket cable and all of the auto shops simply resell the same thing so if you need one you can pretty much go anywhere and get it.  Find a manufacturer where (for the passenger side)  specs are: Cable Length (In):  79-3/16 Inch Conduit Length (In):  47-1/4 Inch and you should be good.  Mine was for O'Reilly BrakeBest Brake Cable Part # BC93547 (passenger/right).  
 

(edit) FYI, I ended up using some simple clamps to hold the cables together.  It isn't pretty but works fine and holds strong enough.   "Stainless Steel 1/8" M3 Wire Rope Cable Clip Clamp"

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1 hour ago, linda s said:

This one looks pretty close.

The fitting on the side that attaches to the brake plate looks different to me. It should look like this: 

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That RAYBESTOS BC95174 part has a flat face on the part that mounts to the brake plate.
That cable also doesn't list the length of the housing, which is key to fitting properly.  Might work but it would be a risk to order it I think.  Thanks for the suggestion though!

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On 2/1/2019 at 5:10 PM, defrag4 said:

Axle Shaft Hub Seal/Paper Gasket - Toyota Part No.: 43422-60040

For this part I've been buying seals that are often indicated as "incompatible" with a 2wd pickup (supposed to be for a 4x4), but they seem to work just fine and are available. These have more holes than is needed but the have the right diameter and width and all of the bolts and pins line up with the holes.  I was wondering if this is what other folks are using or is there a good source for the 'proper' ones?  I see them listed on ebay for $10 a pair shipped as "Genuine Hub Gasket 1975-1998 Toyota LandCruiser Pickup 4Runner FJ40 4WD 4X4 pair"

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Hi, I have a Leisure Odyssey Americana Fargo. It just failed state inspection; the mechanic tells me the rear sway bar links are "loose", although they feel fine to me. I'm having trouble finding them on the web. Any ideas? (The links in the above thread to 4Runner Truck parts aren't at all the same suspension, since they show coil springs instead of the leaf springs we actually have back there).

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I gave the right search term for the parts.toyota.com web site, but if you want specifics, the sway bar link bushings are 48817-30010 (4 required), bushing washers are 90948-02015 (8 required) and cotter pins are 95381-02525 (two required).344507145_RVRearswaybarpartsdiagram.jpg.7849f3b8e4f5bb944b8884573723b766.jpg

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